As part of the eRImote project, Euro-BioImaging is organizing an Expert Group meeting about Remote training for Research Infrastructure staff and researchers on September 5th, from 10:00 to 12:15 PM CEST.

The expert group will explore the impact of remote training on staff interaction and networking, with the aim to identify the technical and didactic requirements for remote courses and many more.

Main tasks:

– explore the different methodologies used in different scientific domains and types of RI

– learn from each other

– identify needs of staff and researchers

– promote the exchange of experiences and solutions

– collect resources

identify common roadblocks in the provision of remote training.


Tanja Ninkovic (EMBL)

Using competencies for designing training

Kirstin Vonderstein (University of Helsinki)

From online to on-demand: Remote training in a microscopy core facility

Elmer Topp-Jørgensen (Aarhus University)

INTERACT publications and tools for safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly fieldwork

Vanessa Higgins (UK Data Service)

A case-study of the UK Data Service remote training programme for social science researchers

Fabrice Cordelieres (France BioImaging)

FBI-Training: Towards FAIRisation of training material

Panel discussion

Register to the meeting here